Fire Restoration

Benefits:

  • Reduce cleaning time up to 80%
  • Fast and efficient removal of smoke damage
  • Cleans tight angles of trusses, around nails, wiring and plumbing
  • Does not damage surface integrity
  • Reduced encapsulation time

Dry ice blasting has become the preferred method to remove the following contaminants following a fire:

  • Smoke
  • Charcoal
  • Soot
  • Vaporized synthetic resins
  • Reduces or eliminates musty burnt scents
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Historical Restoration

Dry Ice blasting can restore historic structures and statues to their original state and to uncover the underlying surfaces of the structure without causing additional damage.

  • Removes smoke damage from fires
  • Removes adhesives such as posters
  • Cleans and restores stone and brick
  • Removes mold
  • Removes paint
  • Cleans wood

Benefits:

  • Reduce cleaning time up to 80%
  • Reveals intricate details of historic structures
  • Safely cleans delicate surfaces and structures
  • No use of chemicals which can add waste and damage exteriors
  • Removes lead based paint, smoke damage and adhesives
  • Unrivalled in the reversal of aging effects

Effectively restores priceless private and public monuments, objets d’art, artifacts, heirlooms whether kept indoors or outdoors

  • Grave Markers
  • Ceramic Mosaics
  • Murals
  • Stones
  • Cast Iron
  • Marble statues and fountains
  • Copper and bronze metals
BEFORE DRY ICE CLEANING
Spanish Fountain before
AFTER DRY ICE CLEANING
Spanish Fountain after
EMBLEM BEFORE & AFTER DRY ICE CLEANING
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ANTIQUE BEFORE & AFTER DRY ICE CLEANING
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